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Black History Month 2018

Cambridge Celebrates Black History Month

Check Out the City Sponsored Events

Cycling in North Cambridge

Cambridge Minibonds

Residents Invited to Invest in Cambridge

Short Term Rental

Energy Efficiency

Home Assessment Workshop 2-22

Cambridge Works Offers a 3 Month Internship with Business Partners

Cambridge Works

Participants Sought for Next Cycle

Aerial view of Northpoint in Cambridge by Kyle Klein

Board Vacancies

Cent Sq. Advisory & Climate Protection Action Committees, & Human Services Commission

Coming Up

Explore City meetings, programs, and public celebrations

  • Regular City Council Meeting

    Regular City Council Meeting

  • (canceled) Avon Hill NCD Commission Feb. 2018 Meeting

    Avon Hill NCD Commission Meeting has been cancelled

  • Cambridge Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher Position Open House

    Emergency Telecommunications Dispatchers serve a vital role in ensuring the safety of Cambridge citizens. They handle 911 calls and dispatch police, fire, and medical assistance to emergency situations.

  • Fundamentals of Photography with CCTV

    A Partnership with Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) Instructor: Siobhan Landry This introductory class will cover the basics of the camera, and will help students develop a deeper appreciation of photography. The first half is a lecture that will cover the mechanics of photography including types of cameras, aperture, shutter speed and exposure. In the second half, the students and teacher will apply this gained knowledge of the camera to a discussion of photo books found in the library. Through this discussion, aesthetic concerns of photography, such as depth of field, composition, and light, will become more clear.

  • Fifty Years Since MLK

    The Cambridge Public Library welcomes acclaimed educators Brandon M. Terry, Tommie Shelby, Elizabeth Hinton, and Cornel West for a panel discussion on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. This discussion will feature Fifty Years Since MLK, the latest Boston Review issue, edited by Brandon M. Terry; and To Shape a New World: Essays on the Political Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. from Harvard University Press, edited by Tommie Shelby and Brandon M. Terry. Co-sponsored with Harvard Bookstore and Boston Review. Doors open at 6:00 PM.

  • Short-Term Rental Regulation Informational Session

    Inspectional Services will host drop-in informational sessions for Cambridge residents to ask questions about the new Ordinance, eligibility requirements, the process of obtaining a Certificate of Registration, or check on the specific conditions of their property

  • Tree Hearing

    NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING Removal of Public Shade Trees City of Cambridge, Department of Public Works Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 87, Sections 3 and 4, a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at the DPW Main Conference Room at 147 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, Mass., to consider the removal of the following public tree(s): 2. 344 Broadway – Removal of 2 lindens (3.8” & 3.9”) for streetscape improvements. Location will be replanted. **Please note an earlier version of the notice referenced removal for ADA. Street trees are not being proposed for removal in the public way due to ADA, but to facilitate the installation of sand based structural soil under the sidewalk, which will improve the long-term growth and viability of trees at this location. The tree(s) identified above have been posted for public inspection. Any objections to their removal must be submitted in writing to the City Arborist, prior to or during the hearing. The mailing address for the City Arborist is Department of Public Works, City of Cambridge, 147 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA 02139; phone: 617-349-6433 email: cambridgetree@cambridgema.gov

  • Housing Information Sessions

    Information Sessions for the City's Affordable Rental and Homeownership Programs

  • Screening of Craig Dudnick's Alice's Ordinary People

    Alice's Ordinary People chronicles the life, travails and triumphs of Alice Tregay a Chicago-based leader of the civil rights movement. Ms. Tregay's activism under the banner of the SCLS's Operation Bread Basket paved the way for the election of Mayor Harold Washington, the first African American elected Mayor of Chicago. Event will include a panel discussion.

  • City Hall Annex Entry Plaza Accessibility Upgrades Community Meeting

    On Tuesday, February 27th from 6:00-7:30 pm, the Department of Public Works will be hosting a Community Meeting in the second floor Community Room at the City Hall Annex located at 344 Broadway.

  • Highland Street Reconstruction Project Community Meeting

    Community Meeting- Highland Street Reconstruction Project

  • Regular City Council Meeting

    Regular City Council Meeting

  • (canceled) Avon Hill NCD Commission Feb. 2018 Meeting

    Avon Hill NCD Commission Meeting has been cancelled

  • Cambridge Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher Position Open House

    Emergency Telecommunications Dispatchers serve a vital role in ensuring the safety of Cambridge citizens. They handle 911 calls and dispatch police, fire, and medical assistance to emergency situations.

  • Fundamentals of Photography with CCTV

    A Partnership with Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) Instructor: Siobhan Landry This introductory class will cover the basics of the camera, and will help students develop a deeper appreciation of photography. The first half is a lecture that will cover the mechanics of photography including types of cameras, aperture, shutter speed and exposure. In the second half, the students and teacher will apply this gained knowledge of the camera to a discussion of photo books found in the library. Through this discussion, aesthetic concerns of photography, such as depth of field, composition, and light, will become more clear.

  • Fifty Years Since MLK

    The Cambridge Public Library welcomes acclaimed educators Brandon M. Terry, Tommie Shelby, Elizabeth Hinton, and Cornel West for a panel discussion on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. This discussion will feature Fifty Years Since MLK, the latest Boston Review issue, edited by Brandon M. Terry; and To Shape a New World: Essays on the Political Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. from Harvard University Press, edited by Tommie Shelby and Brandon M. Terry. Co-sponsored with Harvard Bookstore and Boston Review. Doors open at 6:00 PM.

  • Short-Term Rental Regulation Informational Session

    Inspectional Services will host drop-in informational sessions for Cambridge residents to ask questions about the new Ordinance, eligibility requirements, the process of obtaining a Certificate of Registration, or check on the specific conditions of their property

  • Tree Hearing

    NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING Removal of Public Shade Trees City of Cambridge, Department of Public Works Pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 87, Sections 3 and 4, a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at the DPW Main Conference Room at 147 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, Mass., to consider the removal of the following public tree(s): 2. 344 Broadway – Removal of 2 lindens (3.8” & 3.9”) for streetscape improvements. Location will be replanted. **Please note an earlier version of the notice referenced removal for ADA. Street trees are not being proposed for removal in the public way due to ADA, but to facilitate the installation of sand based structural soil under the sidewalk, which will improve the long-term growth and viability of trees at this location. The tree(s) identified above have been posted for public inspection. Any objections to their removal must be submitted in writing to the City Arborist, prior to or during the hearing. The mailing address for the City Arborist is Department of Public Works, City of Cambridge, 147 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA 02139; phone: 617-349-6433 email: cambridgetree@cambridgema.gov

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